Make your title tags alluring. Focus on increasing CTR, not stuffing your page titles with keywords.
Put your header tags in numerical order. Start with H1, follow up with H2, and continue as it makes sense.
Keep your meta description under 160 characters. Place your keyword (or a variation) near the beginning of this description.
Write at least 1,000 words. Keep it easy to read and digest by organizing into bite-sized chunks.
Don\'t front load your content with the good stuff, and then fill in the rest with fluff. Spread out your keywords (and their variations).
Write image alt tags for visually impaired users. Describe what it is you\'re actually looking at.
Put your core keywords near the beginning of each section.
Reference trusted external sources. You are who you associate with, so build that network by linking to valuable content.
Link to relevant internal pages. Take the user on a well thought out content journey.
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